WDBJ7 reported that Banker Steel Company announced the completion of the structural steel for the One Vanderbilt project in New York. The steel used in One Vanderbilt was fabricated in the Virginia and New Jersey plants of NYC Constructors, a subsidiary of Banker Steel Company. One Vanderbilt’s tiered steel tower is complete at 1,401 feet, the tallest office tower in Midtown Manhattan, and topped with a 100-foot architectural spire. The project was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and Tishman Construction contracted Banker Steel to construct and erect the structural steel. The skyscraper is scheduled to open in 2020.
Mr Don Banker, CEO and co-owner of Banker Steel Company said that “One Vanderbilt offered a challenging project at which we excel. We were able to deliver a vertically integrated solution in a timely manner through the multi-faceted fabrication processes at our plants and our subsidiary NYC Constructors to furnish and erect the structural steel and meet the critical schedule.”
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